The Rise of Jane Langstaff

The Rise of Jane Langstaff

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For the first time, we have found it easy to sincerely express our art through love, flavor & movement, 3 ingredients to what we call success. We are eager to build a team that is as excited about what we're doing as we are and are willing to help us expose our music to as many people as possible :)

Biography

We are...
Love something that elicits deep interest and enthusiasm

Flavor the unique characteristic of something

Movement the collective effort of people trying to achieve something

Lyrics

Fashion & Fame

Written By: The Rise of Jane Langstaff

A million ways to sing a song, I choose the honest one
A hundred ways to make a sound, I beat the loudest drum

A thousand cures left to heal the strain in my bones
What is this fashion and fame we claim is enough?

That Kid Metropolis has raised my faith in all this fuss
On Mavis Drive I saw no strife, a blueprint for modern life

A thousand cures left to heal the strain in my bones
What is this fashion and fame we claim is enough?

This quarter life a mere device to craft the saddest song
Rebel or drain, decisions fade, a crisis on its own

A thousand cures left to heal the strain in my bones
What is this fashion and fame we claim is enough?

Now there’s no cure left to heal the strain in my bones
I pray that passion and shame will reign above, it’s enough

A million ways to sing a song, I choose the honest one

Discography

Our 2007 debut EP titled, Love Flavour Movement is an independant project that we're extremely excited about! We're currently selling the CD at live concerts and via our website or myspace account: http://www.theriseofjanelangstaff.com/ -- http://www.myspace.com/theriseofjanelangstaff

Set List

Our set list is original (but we've been known to throw in a Weezer cover here and there). It would look something like this...
Parade
Around & Round
Don't Say Hello
Exit
Disaster Control
Miss Fortune
Cold
Fashion & Fame
Hash Pipe
Moonsick (wild final tune with crowd sing-a-longs, clapping, screaming...)